Are you interested in acquiring a lavishing and extravagant private properties in the world, here we will be talking about such places. Maybe, you have seen some amazing buildings around you but what about the most expensive homes in the world? We are talking about homes that would empty some people’s bank accounts. You have so much to look at when it comes to these houses. The historic features or stories that come with these buildings can be mind-blowing. This is what we have made available for you to see around the world.
Hearst Mansion in Beverly Hills has 29 bedrooms with three lovely swimming pools and worth $165 million, thanks to John F Kennedy who spending his honeymoon in the mansion turned out to be an added advantage, it also use to be the home of the publishing giant William Randolph Hearst who was the inspiration for the main character in “Citizen Kane”. The house was first made famous in the Godfather movie when a severed horse’s head is delivered to the owner’s bed.
Fairfield Pond in The Hamptons in the United States has the largest private residential compound the 63-acre home is owned by Ira Rennert a billionaire who is said to be publicity shy. The mansion has about 29 bedrooms, 5 sports courts a bowling alley with a $150,000 worth hot tub Fairfield Pond worth $170 million.
This apartment at One Hyde Park is truly extraordinary; in it you will be surprise to find a penthouse that worth $200 million instead of a house. It was built with bulletproof windows, iris-scanners, a panic room, a secret tunnel which leads to the nearby Mandarin Hotel with SAS trained bodyguards – it’s a property that is built with security consciousness. The building other facilities includes spa, squash courts, wine tasting rooms and 24-hour room service.
Villa Leopolda is the most well known property, the 80,00 square foot chateaux in the French seaside town of Villefranche-sur-Mer, was built for r King Leopold of Belgium in 1902 with 19 bedrooms, sports courts, dining rooms a bowling alley, multiple kitchens, and a movie theatre. Mikhail Prokhorov, the Russian metals magnate lost of $55 million deposit on the $750 million property once hit the headlines
In Mumbai“Antilla” which is still under construction has being estimated to worth a monumental $1billion. The 27-storey comprises staff quarters for 600 servants, double height ceilings, ballrooms, crystal chandelier ceilings, retractable stages and six floors of car-parking. You is no better place to be than 570 feet of Antilla the dream house of the fourth richest man in the world Mukesh Ambani, the head of Indian petro-chemical giant Reliance Industries.
You can see why these buildings have been dubbed one of the most expensive homes in the world. People who see these buildings or have the opportunity of entering inside would greatly marvel at the amount of money that have been spent to ensure that luxury and comfort are maintained in any of these buildings.